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What Keeps Chromosomes in Check During Meiosis?

News   Oct 05, 2018 | Original Press Release from the University of California Santa Cruz

 
What Keeps Chromosomes in Check During Meiosis?

This is C. elegans nuclei during meiosis, stained to visualize DNA (blue), synaptonemal complex (red) and modified histones (green). Credit: N. Bhalla

 
 
 

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